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Everyone wants to know how Seattle’s dockless bike share experiment is going

Published on April 11, 2018

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City planners and researchers are eager to get feedback on Seattle’s novel dockless bike sharing pilot to determine whether it is a viable mobility solution or an oversaturated fad.

The Seattle Department of Transportation launched a survey (first spotted by Curbed) to find out how riders feel about the three bike share services that arrived in their city last summer. SDOT wants to find out information about who uses bike share, how they use it, and what they don’t like about the services.

Meanwhile, the University of Washington’s Sustainable Transportation Lab just concluded its own survey of bike share users to better understand the interaction between these services and demand for public transportation.


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Originally posted on GeekWire by Monica Nickelsburg
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